EXR Audio Stands

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The Patent Pending EXR Audio Stands are the most cost-effective, high-performance audio stand system developed by HRS.  This Patent Pending design has a unique asymmetrical 4-leg vertical support system that increases frame stiffness and overall performance compared to traditional three or four-leg designs.

The System comprises a plinth consisting of billet-machined aluminum front trim, a proprietary HRS-constrained layer damping system, and custom-pressed resin fabric composite top and bottom plates. The vertical structure of the System consists of a custom modular billet-machined aluminum support system with an internal energy dissipation system.

The highly acclaimed HRS Isolation Bases (E1X, R3X, S3, and M3X2) can be loaded directly into the Stand System at any, or all, shelf locations, for even better overall performance. Unlike the other HRS Audio Stands, HRS Isolation Bases are not required in the EXR Stand. The EXR plinth used in the structure of the audio stand system can be used to support the component directly.

  • Innovative patent pending asymmetrical leg design increases rigidity and performance.
  • The EXR is a complete audio stand system ready for your components. You can selectively add any HRS Isolation Base at any location.
  • The low profile (1.5″ plinth height) design minimizes the total vertical height, which makes the EXR the most space-efficient HRS Audio Stand.
  • System configuration can be expanded, revised, or upgraded at any time (preserves value)
  • Available in black or silver finish. (Note:  on silver EXR Stands, the left and right sides, as well as the back of the plinth, are a black finish)
  • Available in custom configurations, with the ability to support as many or as few components as needed

Custom sizes are available in 9.5″, 15″, 19″, 21″, 23″, and 25″ widths with any customer-specified depth, making it the most affordable HRS Audio Stand for any component.

EXR Stands can be upgraded into the HRS SXR, SXRC, and SXR Signature Audio Stand using most of the original system parts from the EXR.

Made in the USA.